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, weakening the storm a little bit. but that's a player for us coming up. i will show you that. remember that. this is the storm and what's been happening, there has been high pressure that the storm has been moving around and it's continuing to pull off to the north-northwest. we have been saying it's going to make that right-hand turn. it's exactly where the high pressure builds. and sure enough tmade this right-hand turn, that will keep it from making a direct impact across the outer banks. then we see a trough, a really strong system, the first fall air mass of the year is pulling in. this is the jet stream. these are the strongest winds we have in the atmosphere, they are going to quickly become the main steering force for the storm, pulling it off to the northeast. we will have the storm here tonight. by tomorrow night, up around cape cod and the islands. so a very quick-moving storm that will bring very big impacts for the next 24 hours. >> all right. thanks very much. well, heavy rains already hitting the outer banks of north carolina. the national hurricane center reporting winds of
? our meteorologist joins us in the fox news extreme weather center. >> scary day when you see a category 4 storm on your doorstep across the eastern seaboard. fortunately it has weakened significantly. winds down to around 110. it has dropped by 30 miles an hour. sustained winds over the last 12 hours that is great news. look at colors when you see darker reds those are the strongest of the thunderstorms that has been dissipating. better news we've been expecting take a right hand jog and that's what it has done. the center of the storm, as you see, now taking a right hand turn that keeps away from that outer banks area. nonetheless, very strong wind and very strong rain there and flooding that is going to come in from the sound areas from the north. this right here this is a water vapor image how much water is in the some of the higher levels of the atmosphere. you see dark colors this is this ridge of high pressure across the eastern seaboard bringing record breaking high temperatures in the 90s up into maine over the last number of days this right here is this front we've b
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